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Henri W. Tartt
Supervising Chemist &
Chief of Microbiology (retired)
City of Cleveland, Ohio

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Retired Senior Chemist, Certified Supervising Chemist, and Board Certified Chief of Microbiology* (*I was chosen to replace Dr. Steve Howard who left the position in 1988). First: Supv. of Chemical Engineering Lab. City of Cleveland, Ohio 1966-1977. (60 million dollar responsibility). I formulated chemicals and solutions used in operating dangerous high pressure equipment.

I also wrote courses teaching employees how to better operate and maintain these systems. Later in my career I did the same for smaller systems throughout the entire city. There are video's of me teaching engineering classes to staff engineers and chemists. Second & third: I ran two public health labs (chemistry & microbiology) 1977-1998. During my tenure, I supervised well over one hundred employees. I also represented the City of Cleveland in many public roles: Radio and T.V., in newspapers and magazines, (e.g.Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland Magazine, etc.) My Bio, with my picture advertising Cleveland Ohio (Cleveland Magazine) was published and distributed around the world, even seen in some Australian, Russian, and Chinese magazines (among others).

Currently, I am a prolific writer of scientific papers and articles on chemistry, biology, race, education, and political science. I regularly correspond with many colleges and universities such as: Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Columbia, MIT, UCLA, Georgetown, Duquesne, Carnegie Mellon, Purdue, Boston, NYU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Rutgers, George Mason and Cambridge. High Honor: Some of my work and my business card (along with other notable memorabilia) were buried in a "Time Capsule" in a lavish ceremony in downtown Cleveland to be opened in a future celebration in one hundred years! 

Henri's Microbiology Sterilizaton Lab
Henri's Microbiology Sterilizaton Lab
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